Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Sandy Loot Crew

is this guy for real or just high. Sandy Loot Crew.  Tevon wants to be interviewed by Alex




Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Zilker Park Helicopter Landing paid for the F1 Rich

The great lawn of Zilker Park to be Helicopter Landing paid for the Rich.  That is what some of my sources are saying.  It has been announced that The large fence well be up until Trail of Lights but nothing from the city about F1 parking lot for the elite.

If this is true the City of Austin has crossed the line.  The people of Austin are being used.  Your tax dollars at work.

Michael Moore's Romney Nut Punch

Michael Moores video is tasteless.  It only divides.
When rioting and violence are being threaten on social networks like twitter this video only fuels the fire.  I am sure Michael Moore enjoys the humor but there are those in these sad times who unfortunately will take advantage of this mess we call an election.

neighborhood hit by Sandy

amazing footage from neighborhood hit by Sandy. click link

Monday, October 29, 2012

Giants win Riots you Loose

“The Giants easily won this years World Series with a sweep over the Detroit Tigers and a celebrate that started with a calm crowd has quickly turned into a full on riot. Police officers are being hit with bottles and rocks and couches are threatening to catch power lines and buildings on fire,” reports The Inquisitr.

Facebook now you Pay to Play with your friends

your friends are being held hostage

Dangerous Minds on Facebook's "bait and switch" for publishers: "I want my friends back"


Ryan Holiday succinctly laid out the case against the damage Facebook had inflicted upon its most active users with its recently rolled out Promote “option”:

It’s no conspiracy. Facebook acknowledged it as recently as last week: messages now reach, on average, just 15 percent of an account’s fans. In a wonderful coincidence, Facebook has rolled out a solution for this problem: Pay them for better access.
As their advertising head, Gokul Rajaram, explained, if you want to speak to the other 80 to 85 percent of people who signed up to hear from you, “sponsoring posts is important.”
In other words, through “Sponsored Stories,” brands, agencies and artists are now charged to reach their own fans—the whole reason for having a page—because those pages have suddenly stopped working.
This is a clear conflict of interest. The worse the platform performs, the more advertisers need to use Sponsored Stories. In a way, it means that Facebook is broken, on purpose, in order to extract more money from users. In the case of Sponsored Stories, it has meant raking in nearly $1M a day.

These comments, from that same NY Observer article, spell out what this all really means and lays bare why Facebook’s ham-fisted money grab is so staggeringly inept:
I run a Facebook page with 15,000 fans. That’s 15,000 people who have consciously signed up for our website updates and want it to appear in their newsfeed. Yet, we’re having exactly the same problem this article chronicles. We’re barely reaching 15-20% of our fan page and we’re sharing stuff that always used to be popular. Facebook for us was always a vehicle to drive traffic to our website (just like our email list, twitter page, etc). It’s become less and less valuable as a tool to do this due to Edgerank and Facebook wanting to charge you to reach the audience you’ve ALREADY paid to reach. It’s a betrayal. It’s just not worth it to pay $100 to reach all of our fans for one article. As a small business, I’m starting to care less and less about Facebook and I’m not alone. They need to get rid of Edgerank and get rid of Sponsored Posts.
A fellow named Bill Downey replied to that comment. Imagine your name is Mark Zuckerberg as you read the following:
I have a similar experience, my page has over 40,000 fans and when Facebook started this the traffic to my website dropped from 30,000 a day to 5,000 a day. I tried paying for extra reach but it’s not worth it for a small site like mine. The fee they charge I can not make up thru ad revenue. It’s probably fine for McDonalds page or Coke who can afford $200 per post for the full reach. I would be all for paying if the cost to play wasn’t so steep, they need to come up with better scaling for the fees for smaller pages. They don’t care about the little guys when they can sock it to the big companies. The worst part of it though is the lying to our fans that sign up to see our content and then never do unless they fall in that 15% group. Facebook has a number of other issues that make most of its users hate it. I know I despise it and I am desperately trying to find a way to replace it for promotion.
“I despise it.” Hear that beleaguered holders of Facebook stock? That kind of talk would make my blood run cold. How many companies can you name that you actively despise?
For online publishers who depend on “page views” to sell advertising against—and who have invested considerable time and effort courting Facebook fans—the company’s new policies are particularly galling: Imagine losing 85% of your inventory and then being asked to pay a daily king’s ransom—more than it’s even worth to you—to get it back!

Friday, October 26, 2012

The Perfect Storm Sandy October Surprise

Is Hurricane Sandy a weaponized storm.  It's called the worst storm in a hundred years.  If Sandy's projected path to smash the east coast stays prepare for disaster.   Science Czar John P. Holdren will finely have something to do.  He can test his new toys.

Perfect timing for the elections. Will the elections be postponed.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Jimmy Savile Pedophile

Several English girls have come forward in a documentary to claim that they were raped by the late English eccentric media personality and philanthropist Jimmy Savile while they were underage.

Urban Shield comes to Austin Texas

from the City of Austin Office for Homeland Security and Emergency Management  website:

1,000 volunteers needed for disaster preparedness exercise

volunteersSaturday, Dec. 1, the City of Austin Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (Austin HSEM) will host Urban Shield, a multi-scenario full-scale disaster preparedness exercise.1,000 adult volunteers are needed to portray victims and participate in the event.

Urban Shield – the first exercise of its kind in Texas - is designed to test responders’ skills at handling an incident involving contamination, mass injuries and casualties. This preparedness exercise will include emergency management, hospital personnel, law enforcement, EMS, and hazmat responders from Travis, Hays and Williamson County.

Volunteers will experience what happens in a real-world response to this type of event. Many “victims” will have moulage (fake injuries) applied, experience "decontamination", and be transported to area hospitals where they are “treated”.

If you are interested in taking part in an event that will test our community's ability to respond effectively in a disaster of this kind, please go to to find out more and register.

We encourage you to register as soon as possible. Registration will ensure that you receive additional event details as they become available.

Lunch, beverages, and t-shirts will be provided to volunteers. The event will be held at the Travis County Exposition Center, 7311 Decker Lane. Volunteers can expect to participate for about eight hours in the disaster exercise.

Linda Haynie, Urban Shield Volunteer Coordinator, office (512) 974-0471.
For more information contact Austin HSEM at (512) 974-0450.

National Guard U.S. Preparing for Civil Unrest

National Guard whistle blower claims The national guard is preparing for civil unrest after the 2012 election.
Your going too have to turn your guns over to the troops for food and fuel.

U.N. troops will be brought in to replace the troops that refuse to disarm Americans.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Drunk Violent Austin Entertainment District

Downtown Austin has become a violent play ground.  unfortunately it is not fun.
Gang Shooting At A Texas Wendy's Caught on Tape!  

Cop Shoots at Woman Who Runs Man Over With Car! Austin Texas

Win or lose we still booze



Monday, October 22, 2012

secret mormon temple rituals

secret mormon temple rituals: Newnamenoah

This from Newnamenoah youtube page: "Published on Oct 16, 2012 by
Mormon temple ceremonies are a closely held secret. Until now.

For the first time in the 170+ year history of secret Mormon temple activity, those activities have been captured on film with a hidden camera.

Watch with your own eyes the sworn oath, known as the "Law of Consecration," that US Presidential candidate Mitt Romney has raised his arm to the square and vowed to obey, an oath that requires faithful Mormons to consecrate 100% of their current AND FUTURE time, talents and everything they will ever be blessed with, to the Mormon church and it's goal to achieve a worldwide theocracy headed by Mormons.

To see the ENTIRE Mormon temple Endowment ceremony, see YouTube channel NewNameNoah.

Lastly, this video project did not come without costs. I'm not asking anyone to donate 10% of their gross income to me (except Zuckerberg, please send me 10% asap), and I won't forbid anyone from watching the endowment videos without paying me to become worthy. But, if you like these videos and are glad that SOMEONE finally made this happen, be a pal and contribute $5.00 or something (anything) to help me defray the costs. I would also very much like to advertise these videos online. Donations can be made via PayPal to:

Thank you for your support."

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Radcliffe Houston Shooting Wisconsin Mall

from cnn:
Updated 4:10 p.m.] Bomb squad personnel are at the scene of the shooting, Brookfield police Lt. John Beth said, pointing to concerns there may be explosives at the site.

[Updated 3:42 p.m.] ATF spokesman Thomas Ahern identifies the suspected shooter as Radcliffe Haughton, 45, of Brown Deer, Wisconsin. The shooting is being investigated as a possible domestic-related incident, according to Ahern. The suspect remains at large.

Radcliffe Haughton
[Updated 3:29 p.m.]ATF spokesman Thomas Ahern confirms to CNN that seven people were shot by a lone gunman at the Azana Hair Salon and Spa. "Employees said a man entered the salon, workers saw a firearm - a handgun of some sort," Ahern told CNN's Susan Candiotti. "An employee said to the gunman something like, 'If you're gonna rob the place, rob the place,' and then (the gunman) opened fire." [Updated 2:24 p.m.] FBI and ATF agents are among the authorities at the scene, CNN affiliate WISN reports.
[Updated 2:07 p.m.] The nearby mall and some other buildings are on lockdown, CNN affiliates report.
[Updated 1:56 p.m.] CNN affiliate WTMJ reports authorities are looking for a suspect.
[Updated 1:54 p.m.] CNN affiliate WISN reports that a witness described seeing two women leaving the spa, apparently injured.  One crawled out and was taken by emergency responders.  The other was treated by emergency personnel in a squad car.
[Updated 1:32 p.m.] Hospital spokeswoman Nalissa Wienke tells CNN all four people in the emergency room appear to have non-critical injuries.  She could not say whether the injuries were due to gunshots.  At this time, the hospital does not believe it will need more staff, she said.
[Updated 1:28 p.m.] Numerous emergency vehicles are at a spa in Brookfield, Wisconsin, as local news agencies report a shooting took place.
Four people are in an emergency room, and another three are on their way, said Beth Strohbusch of Froedtert Hospital in nearby Milwaukee.
CNN affiliate WTMJ says the Waukesha Sheriff's Department confirmed there was a shooting, and that witnesses say it was either at or near the Azana Salon and Spa, which is across the road from Brookfield Square Mall.
CNN affiliate WISN called it a "mass shooting."

Friday, October 19, 2012

Bomb Threat A&M

 Bomb threat shuts down A&M.

All classes at A&M have been cancelled. Per A&M, anyone on campus is asked to evacuate by foot towards Church Street and Anderson Street.

Rockefeller and Rothchilds join Forces

Rothchilds and Rockefellers = New World Order = $

Transatlantic alliance between Rothschilds and Rockefellers for wealth management
As if they weren’t already well-connected enough, the world’s two greatest dynasties joined forces yesterday as Europe’s Rothschild banking clan bought a stake in the Rockefeller group’s wealth and asset management business to gain a foothold in the US.
The patriarchs of the two families – 96-year-old David Rockefeller and Jacob Rothschild, 76 – cemented a five-decade acquaintance as the younger man’s London-based £2bn RIT Capital investment trust bought a 37 per cent stake in the American’s business.
In addition to bringing together the two doyens, the deal will considerably expand the vast networks of both families.
To give a taste: Lord Rothschild’s son, Nat Rothschild, is a well-known entrepreneur with stakes in a range of companies such as Genel, the Kurdistan-focused oil producer run by former BP chief executive Tony Hayward and Bumi, the Indonesian mining group. He was also linked with George Osborne and Peter Mandelson at a notorious party on an oligarch’s yacht off Corfu in 2008.
Lord Rothschild’s niece Kate is married to Ben Goldsmith, brother of Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith and Jemima Khan and son of the late billionaire business tycoon Sir James Goldsmith.
On the Rockefeller side, for starters, David’s granddaughter Ariana is a successful fashion designer who married the construction heir Matthew Bucklin in 2010. And let’s not forget the founders who, although no longer with us, live on through their business creations.
The Rockefeller family’s journey to vast riches began in 1870 when John D Rockefeller set up Standard Oil and went on establish a fortune that is widely regarded to be the largest in US history. The family’s wealth management operation was set up in 1882 to manage that fortune.
The Rothschild dynasty goes back even further, to when Mayer Amschel Rothschild started a business in Frankfurt towards the end of the 18th century. It helped finance Britain’s war against Napoleon in the 19th century and raised funds for a loan allowing the British government to buy the Suez canal.
The Rothschilds bought the stake in Rockefeller from French banking group Société Générale for an undisclosed sum. SocGen, which has owned the stake since 2008, appointed a new head of private banking in March, replacing Daniel Truchi with Jean-François Mazaud.
SocGen’s sale of the stake comes as banks around the world sell peripheral assets to reduce their risks and strengthen their capital bases in order to meet tough regulations aimed at preventing a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis.
Commenting on the deal, Mr Rockeller said: “Lord Rothschild and I have known each other for five decades. The connection between our two families remains very strong. I am delighted to welcome Jacob and RIT as shareholders.”
- Source: The Independent

“Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure – one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
-David Rockefeller, “Memoirs of David Rockefeller” p.405

Rothschild and Rockefeller: their family fortunes

As a Rothschild trust prepares to buy a stake in the Rockefeller empire, how have these two dynasties managed to hold on to their wealth for so long?
You know you’ve really made it when your surname becomes an adjective.
In the late 19th century, the term “Rothschild Tudor” came into use to describe the family’s half-timbered estate cottages, sprinkled across their vast landholdings in Buckinghamshire. And in America, for more than 80 years, Rockefeller has been shorthand for “very rich indeed”. The name crops up in two classic Thirties Broadway numbers: On the Sunny Side of the Street (“If I never had a cent, I’d be rich as Rockefeller”) and the Gershwins’ They All Laughed (“…at Rockefeller Centre – now they’re fighting to get in”).
That’s why, for gilded dynasty watchers, the news of a union between these über-rich clans is so delicious: Lord Rothschild’s investment trust, RIT Capital Partners, is to buy a 37 per cent stake in Rockefeller Financial Services.
The numbers involved are pretty mind-boggling. RIT has £1.9 billion in net assets; the Rockefeller company has £22 billion. As if that wasn’t enough, these companies are just minor fragments of the two family empires. RIT was only founded in 1961; the principal family bank, NM Rothschild & Sons, was set up in 1811, and is run by Lord Rothschild’s cousin, David de Rothschild.
As we will see, there are a lot of Rothschild cousins, all of them pretty deep-pocketed, and plenty of them keen on starting new ventures. It’s symptomatic of the dynasty that Nat Rothschild, Lord Rothschild’s son, didn’t join the family bank when he left university but went to Lazard, before joining an investment management company, Atticus Capital, and then setting up a vast investment vehicle, Vallar plc.
As for Rockefeller Financial Services, that was founded as early as 1882, when John D Rockefeller set up one of the first investment management businesses designed to run a single family’s money. So, as well as making a fortune from their principal company – Standard Oil – the Rockefellers have been making money from their money, as it were, for 130 years.
That is what makes these two dynasties so exceptional – not just their dizzying wealth, but the fact that they have held on to it for so long: and not just the loot, but also their family companies. Other banking dynasties have fallen by the wayside – SG Warburg, founded by Siegmund Warburg in 1946, was swallowed up by Swiss Bank Corporation in 1995; its asset management side, Mercury Asset Management, was taken over by Merrill Lynch in 1997.
Barings Bank, the oldest merchant bank in London, founded in 1762, collapsed in 1995, thanks to the disastrous £827 million punt taken by Nick Leeson. Lehman Brothers remained under family control until the death of Robert Lehman in 1969 – the bank’s collapse in 2008 was the spark that lit the greatest recession since the Thirties. And who now banks with the Medicis, the leading bankers in Europe in the Middle Ages, and the financial backers behind the Renaissance?
It’s true that enormous fortunes – big enough to match 19th-century Rothschild and Rockefeller figures – have been made in recent years. Mark Zuckerberg is thought to be worth more than £12 billion since Facebook went public this month, though that figure seems to diminish a little with each Wall Street trading day. But, still, it’s unlikely that the name Zuckerberg will be associated with dynastic wealth for more than a century, as the Rothschild and Rockefeller names have been.
Part of the reason is that dotcom fortunes, like Zuckerberg’s, can be founded within the four walls of a tiny Harvard dormitory. Great banking and oil ventures needed vast manpower, and vast representation across the world, to establish a foothold in the Victorian rich lists. Those deep foundations produce a lasting infrastructure, a lasting familial obligation to the business, and that lasting association in the popular mind between a particular surname and great wealth .
Also, the Rockefeller and Rothschild families were consciously dynastic from the moment their businesses began. The founder of the Rothschild empire, Mayer Amschel Rothschild, was born in Frankfurt, Germany, the Jewish descendant of a 16th-century Rothschild, Izaak, who took his name from the sign outside his house – “Zum roten Schild” (“At the sign of the red shield”).
It was Mayer Amschel who laid the foundations of today’s Rothschild power base, by sending his five sons off to different European financial hubs: Frankfurt, Vienna, Paris, Naples and London, where his third son, Nathan Mayer Rothschild, founded the eponymous bank in the City in 1811. Almost immediately, NM Rothschild became a major force in the City, bankrolling the Duke of Wellington during the Napoleonic Wars.
John D Rockefeller got going a little later. The son of a travelling salesman, he made a fortune in food supply, before turning to oil refining in Ohio. By 1868, he owned the biggest oil refinery in the world, in partnership with his brother.
Throughout Rockefeller history, the name has stamped itself deep into the popular psyche through its philanthropy. That first John D Rockefeller founded Chicago University and Rockefeller University, as well as the Rockefeller Foundation – backer of, inter alia, the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and the New School in New York.
It was his son, John D Rockefeller Junior, who built New York’s Rockefeller Centre. The Gershwins were quite right in their lyrics, Manhattan’s gazillionaires did fight to get into the soaring art deco skyscraper, and it became one of the city’s biggest pieces of prime real estate: 19 buildings across 22 acres, all in the very centre of New York, between 5th and 6th Avenues and 48th and 51st Streets.
The cliché of fabulous new wealth is “rags to rags in three generations”, but each generation of the Rockefellers kept on building up the current account, while spreading the philanthropic interests. John D Rockefeller Junior gave the land for the Museum of Modern Art, stuffed the Met with medieval masonry and set up New York’s best-kept secret, the Cloisters museum, a staggering complex of five French monasteries perched on a cliff above the Hudson River.
His five sons continued the dynastic pattern – and that dynastic importance was intensified with the use of Roman numerals: JD Junior’s son was dubbed John D Rockefeller III. His brother Nelson was Gerald Ford’s vice-president; another brother, Winthrop, was Republican Governor of Arkansas. And the youngest brother, David, is still with us, at 96, now the Rockefeller patriarch and still hurling dollar bills at charitable institutions. In 2005, he gave away £64 million to the Museum of Modern Art and Rockefeller University – each.
A philanthropic streak runs through the Rothschilds, too. Jacob Rothschild’s home, Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire – built in Rothschild Loire château style, rather than Rothschild Tudor – now belongs to the National Trust, but he continues to cram it with treasures appropriate to its Victorian builder, Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild. He also endowed the National Gallery generously during his time as chairman of its trustees, and did much to turn Somerset House from London’s biggest car park into its finest neo-classical palace.
The new union between the two clans does more than weld two vast fortunes to each other, then. It allies a pair of dynasties that have – coincidentally, independently – followed the two rules that all mega-plutocrats must obey if they want to be remembered in a century’s time. One: ensure your children feel a duty to preserve the family fortune. And, two, paradoxical as it may sound: give as much money as you can to universities, galleries and hospitals.
- Source: The Telegraph

Big Tex on Fire

Big Tex Burns at the Texas State fair

Information about Big Tex:
Big Tex was the 52 foot tall icon of the annual State Fair of Texas held at Fair Park in Dallas.Big Tex made his debut at the 1952 fair. He was altered the following year to straighten his nose, correct a lascivious wink and allow him to talk. Former disc jockey Al Jones was the first voice of Big Tex, but would fill the role for only one season. His most familiar voice is that of radio announcer Jim Lowe, who boomed Big Tex's signature "Howdy, folks!" for a total of 39 years.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Ann Romney and Delphi

Paul Singer New York hedge-fund billionaire gets to hold on to Argentina’s prized navy vessel, the ARA Libertad, a Ghana court ruled today.

Yes that Paul Singer.  Singer could bring down New York bank.

Singer, Dan Lobe and John Paulson bought Delphi got from TARP 12 billion.

Ann Romney wife of Mitt Romney through her blind trust got a piece of the action 15 million dollars to 115 million.

"Paulson and Singer paid an average of about 67 cents a share for Delphi.  In November, 2011, Paulson sold a chunk of his holdings for $22 a share. Paulson’s gain totals a billion and a half dollars ($1,499,499,000), and Singer gained nearly a billion ($899,751,000) –– thirty-two times their investment.
One-hundred percent of this gain for the Paulson and Singer hedge funds is accounted for by taxpayer bail-out support."

now Delphi operates outside the country.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Terrorist Arrested for Alleged Plot to Bomb Federal Reserve in NYC

another patsy?:

from the
The suspect, 21-year-old Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, is a Bangladeshi national who came to the U.S. on a student visa in January for the specific purpose of launching a terror attack here, authorities said. He allegedly told an undercover agent last month that he hoped the attack would disrupt the presidential election, saying "You know what, this election might even stop," according to the criminal complaint against him.


A suspected terrorist parked a van packed with what he thought was a 1,000-pound bomb next to the Federal Reserve building in Lower Manhattan and tried to detonate it Wednesday morning before he was arrested in a terror sting operation, authorities said.
The suspect, 21-year-old Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis, is a Bangladeshi national who came to the U.S. on a student visa in January for the specific purpose of launching a terror attack here, authorities said. He allegedly told an undercover agent last month that he hoped the attack would disrupt the presidential election, saying "You know what, this election might even stop," according to the criminal complaint against him.
The complaint said Nafis wrote a statement claiming responsibility for what he thought would be the Fed attack, saying he wanted to "destroy America" by going after its economy. He referred to "our beloved Sheikh Osama bin Laden" in the statement, which was stored on a thumb drive.
He also proposed various other targets beyond the Fed building at 33 Liberty St., just blocks from the World Trade Center site, prosecutors said. He considered targeting a "high-ranking U.S. official" as well as the New York Stock Exchange.
Nafis, who lives in Jamaica, Queens, allegedly sought out al-Qaida contacts to help him, unknowingly recruiting an FBI source in the process. At that point, the FBI and NYPD began monitoring him as he developed the plot, prosecutors said.
An undercover FBI agent posed as an al-Qaida facilitator, supplying him with 20 50-pound bags of what he thought were explosives to use in building his bomb. Nafis also visited the Lower Manhattan site multiple times as he planned the attack, officials said.
The complaint said he told an agent in July that he wanted "something very big ... that will shake the whole country."

James Artgallery and Uriels act of vandalism as art

Houston is having an art discussion on facebook.


Is Uriel Landeros the Rosa Parks of the art world?  No not quite but he has made a statement.  The remix art movement.  D.J. Stencil.


What you fail to see Houston and what a world class museum and three galleries now see is ....Uriels act of vandalism as art.Uriel Landeros has done what all aristis have been trying to do for the past 500 years,create a new form of expression or set themselves apart from the masses of artists out there trying to be the best surrealist,expressionist ,graphitti artist ect.those places are making what he wants with your art and remixing it the way he feels it should look like he has done what you've been failing at for quite some time, myself included.this is probably the most hated concept of a new style by artists mostly because they have to accept a change to their personal art and ego ,not to mention it wasn't their idea . Stop trying so hard artist, just let art happen and have the humility to recognize it when it does.there is more documentry film coming out on this subject.I am proud to represent Uriel and i believe one day you will be as well, James Perez .
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